Battle Pass: Season 4 is here!

Battle Pass: Season 4 is here!

Battle Pass: Season IV

Get ready to rumble and boost your progress in the revamped Battle Pass, Commanders! The Fourth Season of this epic progression-based activity, comprising three Chapters, will run for 3 months, from March 15, 03:00 UTC, through June 15, 2021 19:00 UTC. Showcase your skills in intense battles, dominate the battlefield, and get your hands on a host of sweet rewards!

Progressive Styles

The new Season features three brand-new progressive styles for the three Core Vehicles. You can get these unique skins for free as Base Rewards and upgrade from Level I to Level IV as you accrue Battle Pass Points and reach certain Progression Stages.

Level I
Steel cable: you can’t travel to Antarctica without a steel cable. Cracks in the ice, especially when covered with packed snow, can easily become death traps for a vehicle and its crew.
Level I
Chainsaw: a chainsaw is crucial in sub-zero conditions. For example, if you run out of drinking water, you can cut ice and melt the chunks.
Level I
IR spotlight: visibility can drop to zero during a blizzard, which makes driving a tank in such conditions impossible without special equipment. An IR spotlight can also be useful during polar nights.
Level I
Tracks with wideners: wide tracks spread the pressure across a larger area of snow and provide better crossing capacity, which is crucial for heavy vehicles.
Level II
Steel beams from a mine roller: Badaev always believed that a mine roller was a useful device, but not in Antarctica. Who would think of planting mines under the ice at −60°C?
Level II
Spare harpoon gun coil: a strong freeze can snap even the strongest cable, so a spare one is always welcome. But what is Badaev going to hunt? Saber-toothed cave penguins have been extinct for ages!
Level II
Searchlight: when a single night can last for 6 months and blizzards come out of nowhere, you can’t go far without a strong light source. You could easily lose a tank without one.
Level II
Heating system: heat in Antarctica is synonymous with life. You can freeze in a steel box in less than 30 minutes when it’s −60°C to −80°C outside.
Level II
Additional fuel tanks: the Object 705A has a considerable fuel consumption rate—you can never know for sure how long it might take to locate a missing plane.
Level III
Tarpaulin: you can’t survive in a tank without a tarpaulin. It helps the vehicle retain heat; you can attempt field repairs under a tarp, even during a blizzard; it serves as a dining table when you have to eat; and it acts as a roof for an improvised shelter.
Level III
Heat gun: it is not easy to start a tank engine when it is −50°C outside, and quite impossible without a heat gun.
Level III
Ski cart: not every part of Antarctica is passable in a tank. You might have to travel on foot and carry provisions somehow.
Level IV
Barrel wrap: a hard shell made of isolating material, or layers of fabric and fiberglass, that prevents the gun barrel from bending in harsh weather conditions.
Level IV
Mantlet cover: a gun mantlet cover is a useful thing that protects against dust and precipitation, and that also reduces heat loss. This is very important in Antarctica.
Level IV
Fuel canister: Badaev says there’s additional fuel inside. However, Barton’s sense of smell has concluded that its contents could be added to coffee.
Level IV
Amur snowmobile: a reliable and practical vehicle propelled by a Whirlwind boat engine that is capable of producing a maximum of 25 hp.
Historical Object 705A “Polar Bear” style

Level I
A piece of white fabric with the Antarctica expedition logo: “Peaceful polar explorers in tanks… Penguins might believe it, but I’m not sure about anyone else!” said Barton while looking at Ling’s tank.
Level I
Ammunition storage for the 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft gun and a wooden ammo box: Used as storage for small items, because there is no way to use them as intended. A canister with fuel for the burner: the tank has a diesel engine, so you can’t use its fuel to light a gasoline stove. You have to use something more volatile, like kerosene.
Level I
Tracks with wideners: wide tracks spread the pressure across a larger area of snow and provide better crossing capacity, which is crucial for medium vehicles.
Level II
Winch and metal drill bits: one of Ling’s distinctive features is his self-sufficiency. So, him having a winch with a powered drive to break pressure ridges is no surprise to anyone. Not a single tanker was aware of all the objectives of this expedition. Only Barnes knew what and, most importantly, where Ling was going to drill.
Level II
Pulley system: quite a simple device that facilitates the rescue of much heavier vehicles than Ling’s 121 from ice traps.
Level II
Hose and a gas burner: irreplaceable items when you need to cook some food. In freezing conditions, any concentrated food turns into a chunk of permafrost.
Level II
Gas tank: it’s quite an adventure finding firewood in Antarctica. A gas tank lets you forget about all that trouble.
Level II
Equipment: surprisingly, among the climbing equipment, tent pegs, and other useful items, there’s a snorkel for underwater driving. Neither Badaev nor Barton could think of a single situation where one might need to drive underwater in Antarctica. Perhaps Barnes is hiding something…
Level II
Eliason Motor Toboggan snowmobile: a snowmobile that can cause heart attacks in the local penguin population just by its mere presence. Ready in case the crew needs to evacuate the tank.
Level III
DShK anti-aircraft gun: simple, reliable, and efficient. Assembled in China.
Level III
Tent: spending the night in a tent is the worst-case scenario in Antarctica, but you can always use it to wrap provisions or other items.
Level III
Bocage knife: can be used to cut paths through pressure ridges.
Level III
Canned food, field rations, gasoline stove: the food will be preserved by the cold, and you can always heat it up on the engine transmission compartment.
Level III
A ladder, skis, and ski poles: can be used to reach high ground and perform ground reconnaissance.
Level III
Gasoline blowtorch, Chinese army helmet, and snowshoes: the blowtorch is irreplaceable when you need to heat something up or get a fire going. Snowshoes allow for quicker movement across deep snow. The Chinese army helmet is a reminder of home and, if something unexpected happens, a bowl in which you can heat up concentrated food or melt snow.
Level IV
Chinese IR spotlights: it’s easy to get lost in a blizzard during a polar night if you lack powerful searchlights and night-vision devices. It seems like Ling thought of every little detail.
Historical 121 “Icebreaker” style

Level I
U.S. Army backpack: ever since Barton joined the U.S. Army, he has never left his backpack anywhere. He even considers it to be his good luck charm. Nobody knows what Barton keeps inside it.
Level I
Shackle and sister hook: used for connecting cables, sling ropes, cords, and securing pulleys. Essential items when heading out into nature.
Level I
Stack of two canisters and a shackle with a pulley system: Barton has thoroughly prepared for the trip to Antarctica. Preliminary training in Siberia showed that there are places far worse than Wyoming.
Level I
Tracks with wideners: wide tracks spread the pressure across a larger area of snow and provide better crossing capacity, which is crucial for tank destroyers.
Level II
Tow ropes, coupling stems, a roll of tarpaulin, pulley systems with hooks, and an officer’s storage chest for personal belongings: when a local supply officer was distributing these items, eternal grief could be seen in his eyes. So many useful things were going to end up in the possession of some penguins in the middle of nowhere, never to return.
Level II
Acetylene tanks: stored on the vehicle in case welding is required. A very useful item in a place where the closest repair shop is hundreds of kilometers away.
Level II
Bladestop: used to prevent the tank from being pulled backwards while operating a winch.
Level II
U.S. Army backpack: one of Barton’s reserve stocks. Maybe he just wants to test American ammunition in the extreme environment of Antarctica.
Level II
Smoke grenade launchers: even though it’s a search mission, you can never be too careful. In case of real danger, you can always hide behind smokes and escape from potential pursuers.
Level III
Cable reel and shackle with a pulley system: on any expedition, a large inventory can come in handy. You may never use those things, but it’s better to keep them on hand in case you do need them.
Level III
Winch and hoist: for assembling a home-made crane to easily load and unload supplies.
Level III
Skis, ski poles, and an ice drill: items left over from Badaev’s strange outdoor activities at 4 a.m. in temperatures of −25°C. The purpose of this training exercise was to complete a march to the shore and drill about fifty holes to catch just one fish. In case of failure, it was necessary to repeat the drilling stage.
Level III
Level III. Fuel barrel, 200 liters (or 52.8 gallons, the vehicle is American after all): it would be reckless to travel to a place of endless ice and snow with only the standard amount of fuel in the tanks.
Level IV
Spotlight: like his comrades, Barton thoroughly prepared for the Antarctic nights, blizzards, and other kinds of bad weather by ordering the most powerful tank spotlight.
Level IV
Gun mantlet cover: a huge tarpaulin cover on Barton’s Т110Е3 gun protects it from cold drafts and heat loss. Initially, the supply officer didn’t want to give it up and risk losing it in Antarctica. Barton, with only good intentions, seized the opportunity to grab one while no one was looking. He had learned this trick while training in the U.S.S.R.
Level IV
Headlights: it never hurts to have good lighting on a tank unless it’s participating in active combat. This equipment helps prevent accidents and makes navigation much easier.
Historical T110E3 “Welsh Blues” style

Season Rewards

There are tons of great Base and additional Improved Rewards waiting for you in each Season Chapter. In addition to up to three progressive styles, you can get your hands on up to three pieces of any existing Bounty Equipment (including brand-new Bounty Aiming), up to three custom crew members, a bunch of national blueprint fragments (with the opportunity to choose a nation), and more. Check them out.
Base Rewards
Improved Rewards

White Desert 2D style
A 2D style is a set of customization elements for all map types.

Glacier 2D style
A 2D style is a set of customization elements for all map types.

Ice Coat 2D style
A 2D style is a set of customization elements for all map types.

Progressive style for the Object 705A (four levels)
A progressive style has several progression levels that unlock successively.

Progressive style for the 121 (four levels)
A progressive style has several progression levels that unlock successively.

Progressive style for the Т110Е3 (four levels)
A progressive style has several progression levels that unlock successively.

Credits
The main game currency in World of Tanks.
2,550,000

Personal Reserve: +200% to Crew XP for 1h
When activated, grants additional Crew XP based on the battle results.
x36

Personal Reserve: +300% to Free XP for 1h
When activated, grants additional Free XP based on the battle results.
x36

WoT Premium Account
WoT Premium Account provides access to many additional possibilities in the game.
x12

Universal blueprint fragment
Blueprints are special game items that can be used to gain an experience discount when researching new vehicles.
x150

Orderly Ammo Rack directive
Reduces the loading time by 2.5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
x30

Vent Purge directive
Increases all crew skills by 2.5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
x15

Stabilizer Greasing directive
Reduces dispersion during movement and turret rotation by 5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
x15

Training Booklets to select from
A game item that provides each crew member with 20,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
x12

Training Guides to select from
A game item that provides each crew member with 100,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
x3

Bonds
A currency that can be used to purchase improved equipment, equipment directives, and rare vehicles.
3,000

Token
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the Store.
x9

Crew member: Badaev
Players can select the nation and qualification.

Crew member: Ling
Players can select the nation and qualification.

Crew member: Barton
Players can select the nation and qualification.

Due South medal
A commemorative award.

WoT Premium Account
WoT Premium Account provides access to many additional possibilities in the game.
x57

Credits
The main game currency in World of Tanks.
5,400,000

Personal Reserve: +50% to credits for 1h
When activated, grants additional credits based on the battle results.
x36

Personal Reserve: +100% to Combat XP for 1h
When activated, grants additional Combat XP based on the battle results.
x36

National blueprint fragments to select from
Blueprints are special game items that can be used to gain an experience discount when researching new vehicles.
x90

Training Guides to select from
A game item that provides each crew member with 100,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
x12

Personal Training Manual
A game item that provides the selected crew member with 850,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
x3

Garage slot
Allows more vehicles to be stored in the Garage.
x9

Ludmila decal
Customization element.
x6

Meili decal
Customization element.
x6

Ellie decal
Customization element.
x6

Token
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the Store.
x9

Standard equipment to select from in the Mobility and Scouting, or Firepower and Survivability categories
Improves a vehicle’s technical characteristics or compensates for its drawbacks. Class 1 equipment, except for some items.
x6

Bounty Equipment to select from
By default, the parameters of Bounty Equipment are the same as those of standard equipment. However, Bounty Equipment can be upgraded for credits.
x3

Items for Tokens

We’ve added a new reward currency to Battle Pass—Tokens. These are exclusive to certain Progression Stages and are evenly distributed across Base and Improved Rewards. In total, you can earn 18 Tokens: 9 among the Base and 9 more among the Improved Rewards. Use these Tokens to redeem valuable items and rare reward Tier IX vehicles (including two brand-new battle stars) in the new Items for Tokens section of the in-game Store.

IX

Object 777 Version II

Average Damage
440/440/530 HP

Average Penetration
258/340/68 mm

Turret Armor
258/225/90 mm

Hull Armor
132/115/45 mm

Hit Points
1,850 HP
IX

AE Phase I

Average Damage
400/400/515 HP

Average Penetration
258/340/60 mm

Turret Armor
292/102/51 mm

Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
−10/15°

Top Speed
35 km/h
IX

Char Futur 4

Average Damage
390/390/480 HP

Average Penetration
264/330/53 mm

Shells in the Magazine
4 shells

Dispersion at 100 m
0.34 m

Top Speed
60 km/h
IX

K-91-PT

Average Damage
390/390/530 HP

Average Penetration
258/315/68 mm

Average Damage per Minute
2,721 HP/min

Hull Armor
260/60/45 mm

Specific Power
20.04 h.p./t
IX

Kunze Panzer

Average Damage
390/390/480 HP

Average Penetration
268/300/53 mm

Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
−15/20°

Top Speed
65 km/h

View Range
400 m
VIII
STG / STG Guard
VIII
T26E4 SuperPershing
VIII
STA-2
VIII
T-34-3
VIII
T-34-3

How to Get the Improved Pass

The Improved Pass is available for 2,500 gold for each Season Chapter on the Battle Pass screen in your Garage or in the in-game shop, or as part of a special package. You can only purchase an Improved Pass for one of the Chapters as you progress in the activity and gradually complete them. You cannot buy an Improved Pass for two or three Chapters at once, or for the next Chapter until the previous one is completed.

Want to save some gold and instantly grab all the Base and Improved Rewards? No problem! Take a look at the two special Battle Pass packages that are available for real money. They contain an Improved Pass for all three Season Chapters, so you can reap the maximum benefits of the Fourth Season. The second package also features a special mission that will reward you with gold.

To Battle, Commanders!
Storm the battlefield, engage the enemy, display your tank mastery and earn tons of sweet rewards in Battle Pass Season IV!


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